|DuMont Television Network, closing logo|
Reasonable-Quality copy of the DuMont Television Network closing logo. Taken from the end of a episode of "Captain Video". The DuMont Network lasted from 1946 to 1956, and it's archive was dumped into upper new york bay in the 70's.
Keywords: DuMont Television Network; DuMont Network; Du Mont Network; Closing Logo; ID; Ident; Public Domain
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This is a rare episode of "You Asked For It", a program that originated in 1950 on the Du Mont Network, moved to the ABC network in the mid 50s, where it was cancelled in 1959, only to be revived three times in subsequent decades. The premise of the show was that viewers would choose the entertainment by writing in and requesting a program about a certain subject or featuring a certain personality, character or act...
Keywords: Classic TV; Du Mont Network; ABC; You Asked For It; Bela Lugosi
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|Yet Another DuMont Television Network ID (Classic TV) (1950)|
DuMont Television Network ID from 1950.
Keywords: Classic TV; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Du Mont Network; Du Mont Television Network; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; TV; Television; Retro; Logo; Logos; Ident; Idents; ID; IDs; Rare; Kinescope; Kinescope Recording
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|1949 Public Service Announcement|
A 1949 Public Service Announcement aired on the DuMont Television Network, reminding the young viewers of "Captain Video" that "freedom is everybody's job". This features the same background as the 1950 PSA I uploaded. DuMont was a cheap network, but in fact, they did a lot of good things, like airing the complete McCathy hearings (sadly no footage remains from their coverage). One must give them credit for good intentions.
Keywords: 40s; 40's; 1940s; 1940's; PSA; Public Service Announcement; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Classic TV; Du Mont Network
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|1949 DuMont Network PSA (Number 2 of 2)|
A 1949 DuMont Television Network-Public Service Announcement, Number 2 of 2. This PSA tells the young viewers of "Captain Video" to give everybody a fair chance, regardless of Race or Religion. DuMont was a cheap network, but they did a lot for many people. DuMont, in fact, aired the complete McCarthy hearings (sadly no copies of their coverage survives today).
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 40s; 40's; 1940s; 1940's; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Du Mont Television Network; Du Mont Network; Religion; PSA; Rare; Vintage
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|Compilation of DuMont Television Network IDs (Classic TV)|
A Collection of Network IDs from the short-lived DuMont Television Network (1946-1956). The complete programs, from which these IDs come from, can also be found on this website. Curiously, along with the "Big Three", there were various attempts by other companies to compete in the days before FOX, they include: DuMont Television Network (1946-1956) Hughes Television Network (HTN) (60's/70's) National Educational Television (NET) (1952–1970) (Later extensively re-worked into PBS) Overmyer Netwo...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Classic Television; TV; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Du Mont Network; Du Mont Television Network; ID; IDs; Logo; Logos; Ident; Idents; Bumper; Bumpers; Retro; 40s; 40's; 1940s; 1940's
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|''Captain Video and His Video Rangers'' - Misc episode 3|
Another incredibly strange episode of ''Captain Video and His Video Rangers'', the DuMont Television Network series which, in fact, was the first science fiction show ever to air on TV. However, to fill up time of each LIVE episode, they showed clips from old westerns. This episode also features original commercials. Reviews of the series at the time were mixed
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50's; 50s; 1950's; 1950s; Fifties; Science Fiction; Sci-Fi; Western; Strange; Weird; Public Domain; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Du Mont Network; Du Mont Television Network
Downloads: 6,861 (6 reviews)